Four Creeks State Forest
|Four Creeks State Forest|
|Location||Nassau County, Florida|
|Nearest city||Callahan, Florida|
|Other information||hiking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, nature study, bicycling and horseback riding|
Four Creeks State Forest is a 13,147-acre protected area in Nassau County, Florida that includes the 13,060-acre Four Creeks State Forest and Wildlife Management Area . The site is located between Callahan and Yulee, Florida along the Duval/Nassau County line.
The area is named for the four creeks that traverse the property: Alligator (Mills), Thomas, Boggy and Plummer Creeks, which join together to form the headwaters of the Nassau River.
- Four Creeks State Forest - official site
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